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to massachusetts and the abysmal numbers in the beginning and eventually -- >> 123. >> and the healthier young people come on board and suddenly everyone seems to enjoy what they have available. but, again, knowing the industry the way you do, wendell and having blown the wistle on some of the dirty business, can't say it enough here, what is your major concern now? >> the big concern is waiting for two and a half weeks. one of the things to keep in mind. this is politics. we will see even if we get to 99.9% operation for the website, those who don't want this to be -- to continue will look for that small number of people to be dissatisfied. we know this is going to be a political issue for some time to come. >> all right, thank you all. we appreciate your time. april carey, we'll talk with you soon. >> the woman who became the face of obama care's website, she's now stepping forward and she said she's now the victim of cyber bullying, one of the things we thought you should know. >>> plus, there's no food. water, we cannot live here. >> we're going to need to really scale up our operations on
. again, context is important. in massachusetts when they went through their health care implementation, only 0.3% of people signed up in the first month. >> and we're looking at 1.3. an improvement over massachusetts. absolutely right. >> i think people take their time to sign up. it is unacceptable that the website isn't working. we made that clear in our lunch today with dennis mcdonough. but the perspective is important on that issue as well because most people do wait until they've take an look at all of their options, until they get closer to the deadline before they sign up. it's an issue, but it's being solved. >> so let me ask you, if you can give me insight in how the meeting went, would you say the house democrats and senate democrats who were there are all in line and as optimistic as you are? was there pushback? >> the democratic party is a big tent. i think he heard people that were supportive of states in which it's gone well like connecticut, and he heard a lot of pushback today. there's no excuse for the state of the website, but he did say -- dennis mcdonough said it i
the website is fixed, the policy does work. look what happened in massachusetts over the last several years since that was implemented. look what's happening in states like california and kentucky, where the website is working there. people are able to get it insurance, able to get cheaper insurance due to the fact there's now a bigger pool of folks. the policy does work. the politics has been what's very difficult and one of the reasons it's so hard, change is very hard, even in our system when everything becomes a political football. this is why it's so difficult for democrats right now and having a website that doesn't work has made them even difficult working for house senate democrats and democrats over at the white house. >> mark, another look at what will fuel our monday conversation and the rest week. thanks. >> jonathan martin is telling the nfl his side of the story while his alleged tormenting fights back against the team. martin was surrounded by the reporters of the nfl special investigator looking into the bullying accusations against the dolphins and richie incognito. the nfl
policy in this country. most experts say it does, it points to a state like massachusetts where people are insured. one of the entire ideas behind the entire affordable care act was to be able to bend the cost curve of health care in this country where we've seen health care cost skyrocket in the administration does have good data. >> the days are passing fast. we'll see. >> i know. >> thank you very much. >> they know. >> still ahead, an update on a virginia state senator, creigh deeds condition after he was allegedly stabbed by his own son. his son underwent a psychiatric evaluation just a day before the attack. plus, missouri executes a white supremist serial killer. one of the stories in our news nation today. in the nation, sometimes bad things happen. add brand new belongings from nationwide insurance and we'll replace stolen or destroyed items with brand-new versions. we put members first. join the nation. ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ many cereals say they're good for your heart, but did you know there's a cereal that's recommended by doctors? it's post shredded wheat. rec
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